Sog paldogangsan - Segyeleul ganda

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Sog paldogangsan - Segyeleul ganda movie poster.

Movie (1968)
Korean title : 속 팔도강산 - 세계를 간다

Kim Hee-kap (the father)
Hwang Jung-seun (the mother)
Yun So-ra (?)
Kim Jin-kyu (?)

(Synopsis needed)

McDonnell Douglas DC-91

Reg. HL-7201 of Korean Air Lines.

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SPSG DC-9 HL7201.jpg

Various Airliners

(left) A Vickers Viscount is towed on the taxiway and (right) probably two Martin 4-0-4 parked in the background of the watchers

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Boeing 707-436

Boeing 707-436 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

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Boeing Vertol BV 107-II

Reg. N6675D Boeing Vertol BV 107-II of New York Airways. Built in 1962 as the fifth of the type. Exported to New Zealand during Summer 2005. At Downtown Manhattan Heliport.

Reg. N6675D Boeing Vertol BV 107-II of New York Airways.
Reg. N6675D Boeing Vertol BV 107-II of New York Airways.

Boeing CH-47 Chinook

Boeing CH-47 Chinook of the U.S. Army forces (South Korean has had its own Chinooks from 1988 only).

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Bell UH-1D Iroquois

Bell UH-1D Iroquois of the Daehanminguk Yuk-gun (ROKA / Republic of Korea Army).

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